Saturday, October 5, 2013
The Minnesota sex offender program shall provide the supervision, aftercare, and case management services for a person under commitment as a sexually dangerous person or a person with a sexual psychopathic personality. The designated agency, as defined in section 253B.02, subdivision 5, shall assist with eligibility for public welfare benefits and will provide those services that are available exclusively through county government.
Prior to the date of discharge or provisional discharge of any person committed as a sexually dangerous person or a person with a sexual psychopathic personality, the executive director shall establish a continuing plan of aftercare services for the committed person, including a plan for medical and behavioral health services, financial sustainability, housing, social supports, or other assistance the committed person needs. The Minnesota sex offender program shall provide case management services and shall assist the committed person in finding employment, suitable shelter, and adequate medical and behavioral health services and otherwise assist in the committed person's readjustment to the community.